The Archdiocese of San Antonio announces the appointment of Rebecca Simmons, an attorney and judge, as the new director of the Old Spanish Missions.
Sister Therese San Miguel serves as the chaplain for the cemetery known for its elaborate decorations for Día de los Muertos.
A St. Mary’s University panel of lay and religious people said children need to be at the center of policy and culture changes within the Catholic Church.
Father David Garcia is often celebrated for his fundraising skills. But he takes pride in his organizing and priestly accomplishments as well.
Known to many as “Father David,” Garcia served in ministry in San Antonio for 44 years, most recently as pastor of the active parish at Mission Concepción.
In the wake of abuse in the Catholic Church, the worst thing both “bad” and “good” Catholics can do is turn their backs on their faith.
A late-1980s law that was born out of a molestation case against a Catholic priest could help prevent church authorities from covering up sex crimes today.
The Archdiocese of San Antonio released a list of priests credibly accused of abuse Thursday, based on records going back to 1940.
The Jesuits of the U.S. Central and Southern Province say the need for transparency led them to publish the list.
An abuse survivor filed a claim against Rev. Edward Pavlicek on Aug. 29.